Klimas Wkręt-met expanded its range with high-quality concrete screws. Our concrete screws are of the highest quality and durability. The screws are designed to be screwed into non-cracked and cracked concrete, both inside and outside buildings, for permanent and temporary fixings.
The catalog includes universal concrete screws. These fasteners are easy to install and safe to use. The biggest advantage of concrete screws is that they can be used immediately after installation in concrete.
Concrete screws – easy and fast montage
A decisive advantage is the possibility of screwing directly into concrete, without the need to use dowels, expansion sleeves or other anchoring mortars. When screwing the thread cuts into the substrate cooperating thread.
It should be remembered that in order for the screws to fulfill all their functions, we make a hole for them with a slightly smaller diameter than the screw itself, in accordance with the indications in the index of each product.
An important aspect is the ability to disassemble / unscrew at any time. Concrete screws are easy to assemble and disassemble, therefore they are ideally suited for temporary solutions such as: assembly of metal profiles and steel decorative elements, assembly of pipelines and ventilation ducts, assembly of barriers and handrails, assembly of temporary fixings, assembly of beams and thresholds, assembly of devices on construction site, assembly of mounting rails and consoles, assembly of seasonal garden arrangements.
Types of concrete screws
We can distinguish several types of concrete screws. Flat head screws enable flush with the fixing element. Concrete screw with a mushroom head, hexagonal head, screws with internal thread for direct fixing of threaded rods, and external thread for direct fixing, e.g. pipe clamps.
Klimas Wkręt-met concrete screws have the European Technical Approval, which guarantees the safety of use. It certifies the technical suitability of a construction product in accordance with the European Construction Products Regulation (CPR) in the EU Member States.
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